Originally Posted by Matt79
Or else was spared playing against the best pace attacks of that period - Australia, SA, and Pakistan.
I think Tendulkar's record is mighty impressive enough without having to draw long bows to try and embroider it further.
The thing about Tendulkar is, my eyes tell me he's the greatest player ever to play the game, but eyes aren't as reliable as some people like to believe. When you see one of his straight drives you can't help but feel that he's some kind of god and will never get out. But that doesn't mean he never does.